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" with carol cost eello. good morning. >> thank you, brooke. good morning to all of you. i'm carol costello. the anti-american violence spreading in the middle east. protesters in yemen scale the embassy walls and set fires. in cairo, egypt, force used tear gas there. it is over a film that was produced in the united states and said to be insulting to islam. >>> u.s. drones join the manhunt for those who killed a u.s. diplomat and three other americans. concerns over the tep id response by the new regime in egypt. >> i don't think that we would consider them an ally, but we don't consider them an enemy. >> we're covering every angle of this developing story. first, let's take a step back and look at how things have unfolded over the past 48 hours. the outrage first ignited tuesday in egypt. protesters converged on the embassy. within hours, crowds gathered outside benghazi, libya. armed militants killed the u.s. ambassador and three of the staffers. today, crowds storm the u.s. embassy in yemen. riot police eventually turned them back with tear gas. also today, demonstrators turn out in ira
'm carol costello. we begin in charlotte where the party faithful are still basking in the glow of last night's fiery speeches. we'll share in a moment. but first, a glimpse of the heavy hitters on the schedule tonight. the headliner, bill clinton. he'll deliver tonight's nominating speech. and democrats hope display the political genius that has made him campaigner in achievement >>> also speaking, a darling of the democrats, senate candidate elizabeth warren. the harvard law professor is well known for her sharp tongue and pointed barbs. and also sandra fluke, who was catapulted to fame when rush limbaugh called her a slut because of her views on contracepti contraception. the challenge of today's speakers, building on the momentum of last night. how can you top michelle obama? >> believe it or not, when we were first married, our combined monthly student loan bill was actually higher than our mortgage. yeah. we were so young, so in love, and so in debt. and that's why barack has fought so hard to increase student aid and keep interest rates down. because he wants every young person t
. >> with carol costello, which begins right now. >> thank you very much. we are remembering the victims and the triumphs since the attacks. and minutes from now remembering the lives lost at the pentagon. president obama will soon be on his way there. there, he will be laying a wreath. they'll have a ceremony and also deliver some remarks. not only the president but the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, army general martin dempsey will deliver marks as well. >> we are also in shanksville, pennsylvania, where the final hijacked airliner crashed into a field after hero passengers fought back. vice president joe biden is there. we're expecting him to speak at the top of this 10:00 hour, an hour from now. >>> first at new york's ground ze zero, a sign of healing. an overnight breakthrough that now clears the way for a museum on the site. we'll have more on that in a minute. poppy harlow is at ground zero. >> it is a beautiful, clear, crisp morning here. really reminiscent about 9/11 itself, a day just like that day. we spent the morning talking to family members. bob hughes, here with
! >> that's our story, what's ahead tomorrow. have a great day. "cnn newsroom" with carol costello starts right now. good morning, carol. >> hi, soledad. happy birthday. >> thank you. >>> happening now in the newsroom, the message from mitt. the romney campaign attempting to get his campaign back on track this morning. op-ed in "usa today," the president taking to late night to respond. >> my expectation is that if you want to be president, you've got to work for everybody, not just for some. >> we're just two weeks from the first debate. the clock is ticking. has the damage already been done? >> reporter: i'm kyung lah, live in chicago. this hour, the school bell will ring at the elementary schools. thstrike is over. that story, coming up in a live report. >>> plus, the mystery in the papyrus. newly revealed fragment, centuries old, where jesus makes a reference to his wife. >> monks, da vinci. >> from the days of dan brown's "da vinci" code we're asking, what if jesus was married? >>> also fire, tornado, an amazing sight in the outback of australia. flachls tunnelling 100 feet into the
next week. carol costello and "cnn newsroom" begins right now. >>> happening now in the newsroom. demonstrations canceled. egypt's muslim brotherhood calling off nationwide protests. was president obama's phone call behind the move? as we're learning to new arrests linked to the attack on the consulate in libya that killed four americans. >>> the fed's new push to make buying or refinancing a house cheaper. there are questions this morning. will it really help the housing market? >>> plus a second scandal, topless photos of kate middleton published in a french magazine. the royal family fuming this morning. the photos taken during a private vacation on private property. did the magazine break the law? >>> and field goal. play of the night with the packers and bears, green bay thursday night. "newsroom" begins right now. good morning to you. happy friday. i'm carol costello. we fwin with that bit of breaking news. dramatic efforts to tamp down some of the ugliest anti-american violence in the arab world. it comes at a critical time. protests have swept across a massive region, 11
and certainly not from that statement. >> and certainly not today. >> cnn newsroom with carol costello joins us right now. good morning. >> hi, soledad. thank you. >>> happening now in the "newsroom," the 47% and the fallout. mitt romney is on damage control after he says obama supporters are victims and dependent on the government. >>> plus this -- >> say yes to change and yes to hope and yes to all of these things, what we don't ask specific waiting to see what can be delivered. >> when obama proposed the university health care and government-run health care, we were mired in debt, unemployment was the issue. >> the hope and the change, a new hour-long documentary, come ing to tv in seven battleground states. will it change the minds of disenchanted voters? we'll talk to the film maker. >>> unscripted and heartfelt, derrick rose and candid moment in chicago where a shoe unve unveiling turned into something so much more. >> all this stuff is going on in this city, a kid from maplewood got some positive -- >> standing up for chicago's children, getting them on the violent streets and back into
king. "cnn newsroom" with carol costello begins now. >>> happening in the newsroom, on strike. tens of thousands of teach rs on the picket line this morning. some 400,000 students impacted. parents scrambling to find care for their kids. >>> shifting message. the romney camp walking back comments over obama care. >> i'm not getting rid of all of health care reform. of course. there are a number of things i like in health care reform that i'm going to put in place. >> so we're asking, should romney bend on obama care? >>> arctic battle. just off the northern coast of alaska, oil giant shell starting to drill into the sea. environmentalists concerned about a repeat of bp's gulf oil disaster. >>> he's had four neck surgeries and missed the entire 2011 football season. that does not matter for peyton manning. the denver broncos quarterback looks like the manning of old. looks like the manning of old. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. happy monday to you. i'm carol casostello. thank you so much for joining us this morning. it's 8:00 a.m. in ch
. will cain tying it all together. we're out of time. "cnn newsroom" with carol costello begins right now. see you tomorrow morning. >> hi, soledad. thanks a lot. happening now in the "newsroom," the red line and a stern warning. the israeli prime min sister warning the united states to establish a clear line that iran cannot cross with the nuclear program. this morning we ask what is that line and what happens if it's crossed? >>> front page scandal. the royal family trying to stop topless pictures of kate from spreading. an italian magazine owned by the former prime minister silvio berlusconi is publishing a 38-page special edition. it's hitting newsstands now. >> a replacement ref replaced before the kickoff. side judge brian stropolo booted for openly being a saints fan. he posted pictures of himself in saints gearal gating. monday morning quarterback this one. one. "newsroom" begins right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. thank you so much for being with us. i'm carol costello. we begin this hour with muslim outrage and new flare-ups of anti-american violence. o
that for you live on cnn newsroom. with that, let's go to carol cost ello. "cnn newsroom" continues right now. carol? >>> and good morning to you. thank you for being with with us. i'm carol costello. we begin, of course, with breaking news. anti-american mob attacks embassy in libya. the white house confirms that u.s. ambassador to libya, j. christopher stevens, is dead along with three other staff members. a radical islamic group led the hours long siege in benghazi, libya. the militants were apparently enraged by a cheaply made online film considered offensive to islam. just last hour one libyan leader joined the international chorus in condemning the tack. >> translator: we apologize to the u.s. and to the american people, to the government and also to the rest of the world for what happened yesterday. and at the same time, we expect the world to cooperate with us in order to confront to what is meant out of this kind of cowardice, criminal act. >> that is the libyan ambassador -- i'm sorry, libyan prime minister. cnn foreign aaffairs reporter elise labott is at the state department. you'
will start with carol costello. >>> the filmmaker that sparked international protests is arrested and held without bond and nothing to do with the controversial movie trailer. >>> and refs return and fans show their appreciation. it was a standing ovation but it did not take long for fans to return to their bioing ways. even before new orleans states in' coaches and players were accused of a bounty program offering payouts for big hits on opponents another team may have beat them to the punch. a pee-wee football team. now a former assistant coach is blowing the whistle. >>> combining religion with technology. we're talking to the man who invented a bible lab aiming at bringing the good book into the 21st century. newsroom starts now. good morning to you. happy happy friday. i'm carol costello and begin this hour with the man who ignited so much violence around the world from nakoula basseley nakoula. picture pictures earlier this month. even he couldn't decide which name to give the judge. according to these documents, he has used at least 17 fake names. it's the web of lies, not the in si
newsroom" begins right now. >>> good morning. happy friday to you. i'm carol costello. thank you so much for joining us. we begin with politics and your pocketbook. minutes ago, a dismal jobs report. last month, employers created a lot fewer jobs than expected. bad news for the economy, and big news in a presidential race that's deadlocked and sprinting to the finish. here's the latest. according to the feds, employers added just 96,000 jobs last month. that's a very weak number. it's far fewer than the expert has predicted. alison kosik is at the new york stock exchange. so break these numbers down for us, alison. >> one analyst said this is a shocker to him. it's a big miss and a big disappointment. as you said, only 96,000 jobs were added in august. that is way below what was expected. and when you think about it, what was expected was at least 120,000 would have been added. and that was even lower. so it really winds up being a bigger miss. the unemployment rate fell to 8.1%. the headline, when you see that, you think, wow, that's great. but then you look deeper into the number and y
for being with us. "cnn newsroom" with carol costello starts right now. >> soledad, thank you. >>> happening now, 70,000 to stop the protest. statement department airing a psa, public service announcement in pakistan saying america respects all faiths. some, though, say america is waving the white flag. >>> romney hitting the road saying if someone else can do a better job, they should try running for office themselves. >> stop it. this is hard. you want to try it, get in the ring. >> this, as fellow republicans keep slamming team romney. p peggy noonan calling the campaign a, quote, rolling calamity." >>> dr. sanjay gupta from one of the top cancer hospitals, have we finally turned the corner on fighting some of the deadliest forms of the disease? >>> plus this -- oh, it's here. iphone frenzy. the lines and lines and lines, from australia to the big apple. people camped out for more than a week. belly up to the genius bar. newsroom starts right now. >>> good morning. happy friday to you. i'm carol costello. we begin this hour with new anti-american violence erupting across much of the musli
morning to you. thank you so much for joining us. i'm carol costello. we begin in charlotte where democrats are setting the stage for the big finale. but an elder superstar of the party may have stolen the show. we'll listen to some key moments of bill clinton's rousing speech to the party faithful in just a moment. expectations were high, and by virtually all accounts the former president delivered. that will make a tough act to follow for vice president joe biden, who delivers a "primetime" address on this final night that culminates when president obama delivers his acceptance speech and makes the case why he should be re-elected. stock bill clinton, though. he made history even before stepping up to the podium. it is the first time a former president formally nominated his success successor. over the course of 48 minutes, he praised obama, mocked republicans, and electrified the democratic crowd. keep in mind clinton ad libbed nearly half of his speech. listen. >> i want to nominate a man who's cool on the outside but who burns for america on the inside. [ applause ] >> when p
to her. >>> "cnn newsroom" with carol costello begins now. >> stories we're watching right now in the "newsroom." >> do you fear that war is imminent? >> the united nations has a warning for the iranian president. cool it. but mahmoud ahmadinejad already has strong words for israel as he gears up for his big speech in new york city. >>> a dramatic search for survivors on one of the world's highest mountains. now rescue crews are deciding whether they'll be able to find any more survivors. >>> high school students in new york can now get more than just an education at school. officials are handing out the morning after pill to teens. some of their parents likely don't know a thing about it. >>> plus this -- >> the ball hit the ground. it was an incomplete ss. >> did you see this reaction? patriots coach bill belichick kbr grabs a referee after a last second loss. he's not the only coach fuming at questionable calls made by the replacement refs. the replacement refs. "newsroom" begins right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning to you. thank you so much for
newsroom" with carol costello happening right now. >> thanks. >>> hall of fame, ref rage, call it what you will. a new push to get the replacement refs banned in one state. monday night's game, a banker, with no professional experience. >>> tornado terror. at least three twisters tear through the midwest this morning. storms stretch from pennsylvania to oklahoma. >>> poll position. president obama pulling ahead in several debattleground states. florida, pennsylvania and ohio, where mr. romney is now trailing by ten points. >>> plus this -- >> israel frustrate the that iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad will address the unja on the holiest of jewish holidays. will his comments ratchet up tensions even higher? live from jerusalem. "newsroom" starts now. >>> and good morning. i'm carol costello. ref rage. a lot of people sayal deba aing ruining the day. it's not just about saving face. it's about saving sunday. >> reporter: in controversy here. the winning touchdown call of the infamous disputed play was by the book. still, nearly everyone is talking trash, from the ladies on "the talk." >
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century. newsroom starts now. good morning to you. happy happy friday. i'm carol costello and begin this hour with the man who ignited so much violence around the world from nakoula basseley nakoula. picture pictures earlier this month. even he couldn't decide which name to give the judge. according to these documents, he has used at least 17 fake names. it's the web of lies, not the in siend jere film that has him sitting in jail this morning. good morning. >> reporter: i should be very clear about that. this is a federal probation violation that has him sitting in jail, as you say. there are two terms of his probation violation for a 2010 bank fraud conviction. he was not supposed to use any computer devices without the consent or prior knowledge of his probation officer. he also was not supposed to use any fictitious name. the great span of the hearing yesterday dealt with his identity. in fact, when the judge asked him, what is your name? he identified himself not as nakoula basseley nakoula, we have been working on, he identified himself as mark basseley youseff. she said, what
? >> reporter: i did her name is carol o'hare and her mother 79-year-old moving from new jersey to danville, to live with her. carol says 11 years later the anniversary is like reliving that day. from song to silence memorial service in union city honors passengers and crew of san francisco bound flight 93. >> christian adams, todd beamer. >> reporter: carol o'hare of danville lost her mother 11 years ago today. >> i woke up to a happy day my mother was moving from california to new jersey. >> reporter: that chapter of their life to the would never come to be. >> the day devolved from there not knowing where she was, not finding anything out until i was on the phone with my sister in new jersey. we saw it on the crawl line on cnn that flight 93 had crashed in rural pennsylvania. i think everything went to hell from there for everybody, especially my mom. >> reporter: michael emerson created this place of reflection. a marine, determined to not let the victims be forgotten. >> when i told family members i was coming out with flowers, i said -- they said i would like to come, then the mayor a
controversial death penalty cases grabbed headlines around the world back in the 1950s. a parolee named carol chesman was convicted of robbery, kidnapping and rape and he was sentenced to die. during the 12 years he appealed his sentence, 94 condemned inmates including one woman were executed in california. over the years a number of well known people would ask the state to set aside carol chesman's execution. among them elenore roosevelt and billy graham. chesman himself wrote books and wrote congress. >> why did you grant this interview? >> curiosity more than anything. >> you're curious on what we might say to you or want to see how we would react. >> in a sense, yes. >> how would you benefit from that? >> oh, i don't know. >> study of human nature maybe? >> not necessarily. i don't know. i was under the impression that the interview when i signed for it was limited to questions relative to the case. now i find myself confronted with an inquisition on my subjective reaction or reasons for granting an interview. >> the latest decision was unanimous against you. do you feel this is the end o
of time. "cnn newsroom" with carol costello starts right now. >>> in the months lead iing up his death, ambassador chris stevens says he was on an al qaeda hit list. security climate and concerns in libya. >>> cleared, a new report from the inspector general at the justice department said he has no evidence that attorney general eric holder knew about the strategy and tactics used in fast and furious. in 30 minutes, the inspector general gets grilled about his report. >>> offline. first bank of america. now chase. online banking taken down. this morning, the banks are on alert for a cyber attack and you won't believe what's behind these attacks. the cheesy anti-muslim movie? >> and viewed, mitt romney going into the lion's den after saying this about the view. >> although because of the five women on it, only one is conservative. >> new today, it turns ut the canndidate will sit down with te ladies. this is going to be interesting. this is going to be interesting. "newsroom" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning to you, i'm carol costello. we start with mit
, number of the board and public. i am honored and proud to award carol wood our secretary at cesar chavez. she has served the district for 20 and a half years. she is bilingual in spanish and american sign language. she's an incredibly cherished and loved member of our community, and she has seen many generations of students and parents, and i am proud and behalf of the community to present this award to her. congratulations carol. [applause] >> thank you very much. >> congratulations. >> thank you. i just want to say over these 20 years seven principals and all the change they have seen i feel very lucky to have been at one school for all those years. i had a few summer school assignments at different sites but i love cesar chavez and it's pretty exciting to me working with the children of the children who were there in 1992 when i began. this is a great honor. thank you very much. thank you. [applause] >> and we have a special rave award for special service, and to make that presentation i would like to ask principal doug dent to please make the presentation. >> thank you superin
fortunate. carol burnett has decided to stick around and help us tackle our "take 3" so we'll be dealing with that. and we're going to check in on last night's emmy awards. all the fashion, all the highlights. it's all coming up just ahead. >> let's go inside. natalie is standing by at the news desk with a check of all the headlines. >> good morning, matt and al. good morning, everyone. new jabs on the campaign trail this morning as president obama fires off a new tv ad slamming gop candidate mitt romney for not, quote, coming clean about his tax returns while criticizing americans who don't pay income taxes. romney has released just two years of his tax information. this as the presidential debates are just nine days away. >>> a sweeping analysis of the genes behind breast cancer. scientists announced that they have found four major classes. disease. the new finding offers hope for better targeted treatments, possibly putting drugs already on the market to work, including one currently used to fight ovarian cancer. the study was published by the journal "nature." >>> a winning streak we
we having they said. >> that us for being brief. >>> cnn newsroom with carol costello begins now. good morning, carol. >> hi, john. happening now in the newsroom, they are stretching out and suiting up, the nfl's referees turn return to their field of expertise tonight. with the replacements gone, football fans can now direct their anger elsewhere. >>> fbi agents investigating the lady attack at the american consulate in libya still haven't reached ben gas zip. exclusive information on why u.s. officials still respect there more than two weeks after the gunfire. >>> where is jimmy hoffa? we have been asking that question for almost 40 years. now, investigators some new information that's leading them to a home in suburban detroit. >>> and it's one of the most famous paintings in the whole world. now, the mona lisa might have a twin. a new group claims da vinci created another version of mona. newsroom starts now. >>> good morning to you, thank you so much for joining us. i'm carol costello. >>> nfl fans along national night nair is finally over, the regular referees coming back o
, no office. >>> and two queens of comedy join me live. what carol burnett and vicki lawrence think of today's leading ladies. >>> the morning after bill pi i known as plan b. a program has been going on in new york city schools and parents do not even need to give their child approval. the city's mayor addressed this issue today. >> the good news is we brought teenage pregnancy down, by i think something like 20% over the last ten years. the bad news is there is still an awful lot of girls who get pregnant at a very early age. >> alina cho, i want to bring you in, in new york, the story picked up some steam today, though this program, as mayor bloomberg pointed out, it has been going on for a little while. >> that's right. the mayor likes to say it is not news, brooke. it is news. it broke over the weekend here in new york. and it got a lot of attention. it is a pilot program called catch. it could actually be the first of its kind in the nation, and, you're right, it has been quietly going on since january of last year until the new york media got a hold of the story. so far, we can tell y
team. carol maloney has it all in this morning's sports minute. >> good morning. i'm carol maloney in your sports minute starting with the nationals hosting the brewers. after clinching a playoff spot thursday the nats with the major letdown against milwaukee. leading the game heading into the ninth tyler clipper gives up three runs and the brew crew pull off the come from behind win. 4-2 the final. fifth save of t matt weeders really wants to play in october. 2 of 4. three rbis for the catcher as the orioles win, 4-2 over the red sox and ar game behind the yankees in the al east. to college football georgetown visiting princeton in front of the nationally televised audience. tigers led this one most of the way but late in the fourth down to georgetown's matt mukzura connects on a 43-yard field goal. that is your game winner. hoyas win, 21-20. that's your sports minute. i'm carol maloney. hope you have a wonderful saturday. >> thanks, carol. >>> if you need a little motivation to get things done, here's one right up your alley. patience period is a freshman and a cheerleader for th
show do you miss most, not on tv now? >> give me "the love boat." >> "carol burnett." >> "the a-team." >> "cheers". >> and i definitely miss field. >> they are on today. >> savannah, another question for you. >> okay. >> from chris rafferty. >> did you play hockey -- >> football? >> do you and the other anchors hang out with each other after workouts? >> sometimes we do. natalie and i are planning to play tennis soon. we've had lunch. we hang out. >> a real opportunity to bond. >> got more "ask away today" tomorrow. >> so sends your questions in. i. my doctor diagnosed it as fibromyalgia, thought to be the result of overactive nerves that cause chronic widespread pain. lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. i learned lyrica can provide significant relief from fibromyalgia pain. and for some people, it can work in as early as the first week of treatment. so now i can plan my days and accomplish more. lyrica is not for everyone. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression,
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on the road in 1958 with his underage girl friend, carol and fugate. -- carol ann fugate. in their flight across nebraska, they killed a total of 11 people. people linked it very clearly as a sign of where the culture was going, a sign of the kind of audit mobility -- automobility and lack of values and ruthlessness that were representative of the highways that were at that point just beginning to be built across the nation. i decided to write, "killer on the road to" because i started writing out about the interstate highway system and then the killers kind of took over. the interstate in the beginning was the route to all possible -- to all best possible worlds. people got the notion early on that there was something about the roads that was scary, and that there were people stalking them are haunting them. and that first step of anxiety settled on hitchhikers, the idea that it could potentially be a murderer you were letting into your car. in fact, the danger was almost entirely to the hitchhiker from the driver. the hitch hiking counterculture release of the interstate highway system
was written in bigger letters than carol. that only called me penny. in kindergarten i would not respond. they would say carol, and i did not respond. i don't know why they did it. tavis: your mother responded because you were sent home with a note saying we think your daughter is a little koo-koo because she does not respond. >> how would i know? was four or five years old. i could tap dance, but i could not read. tavis: use at a moment ago that you would not have a show business career were not for gary. that is very kind, and there may be some truth to that, but obviously have some talent in this. >> i could open a door, but once you go through, you've got to do it on your own. he is 10 years older than me. i was an only child until august 8. my brother and sister were both gone. i figured i would meet him. he is a great guy, and he did help me an awful lot. i landed on the odd couple because of jack luckman more than my brother, and then happy days, and that became the spinoff of laverne and shirley. but he was in my movies. he was then jumping jack flash and a league of their own. h
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